I make it a point to stop in for dim sum any time I'm in Denver. staff is very friendly, service quick and orderly, food is amazing and affordable..about as authentic as you can get so far away from the source. just don't forget to open the lid of your teapot for more tea.
Despite the fact we arrived with a group of six and the restaurant was catering a wedding reception of over 100 people, we were graciously received and seated in a small area away from the wedding. The wait staff was responsive to our many questions and we ordered multiple dishes. We had a wonderful squid with ginger and scallions, shrimp with lobster sauce, a spicy chicken dish, hot and sour soup and several more delicious items. The waiter told us to come in between 10 and 3 for dim sum, which we will do soon.\r <br>this is a place we will return to many times. A friendly staff and marvelous food. And no, we didn't check out the restrooms.
King's Land Seafood Restaurant is a terrific dim sum parlour as well as an excellent Chinese-Vietnamese dining experience. Unpretentious and just downright delicious.
<br>Their specialities are seafood, both ordinary and exotic. Their hotpot dinners are second to none and not to be missed! If you have never tried hotpot (or Singapore Steamboats as they are also known), then
<br>you are in for a treat.
The place isn't long on ambiance, but it definately caters to the asian palatte. When's the last time you ordered squid or squab at a Chinese restaurant? The menu is eclectic and the dim sum is to die for. The wait staff is attentive, if not a bit difficult to understand. Tucked away in a Vietnamese/Chinese stripmall, you can drive right by it easily so pay close attention.
I've been here about four times, always for dim sum lunch on the weekends. I've found food service to be good--they come around almost too often asking if we'd like to try stuff. If you order a beverage, however, they forget all about coming around and refilling your soda. The food is really tasty. The prices are relatively cheap. There are actually more Asian people eating there than white people, which is always a good sign. A friend from Hong Kong has told me that this place has the most authentic dim sum that she's found in Denver. I'd recommend it.
Restaurant is in poor condition. Whatever you do never ever use the restroom before you eat or else you will not have an appetite. Dim Sum quality is not consistence. Dim Sum is only fresh on weekend. ( I visited both weekdays & weekend and find the Dim Sum on weekdays is old ans stale). The lines to wait for seats or long on the weekend. Wait staff are RUDE!!!
If you want dim sum, come here early in the morning starting at 10. Though the dim sum was good, it's not as good as in China. The service is wonderful! Try their peking duck too. The atmosphere is relaxed and great for kids. Great for big groups too.
King's Land was my first foray into Denver Dim Sum and I have to say I was disappointed. <br> <br>The food was only OK. The flavor of the food was nothing to write home about despite having a seemingly wide variety of items. <br> <br>The ambiance left much to be desired. Two words: BINGO HALL. <br> <br>The servers were attentive and friendly. <br> <br>I was served rapidly and seated rapidly as well. <br> <br>Overall, I give King's Land a ""C.""
GREAT place for Dim Sum. I would suggest going on Saturday just because you get faster service, get your server and the food faster, and less crowd. However, Sunday is great for the ambience of it. Reminds me of San Francisco Chinatown.
I grew up in Hong Kong. I know what dim sum really is. Let's not compare King's Land to the restaurants in Canton province or Hong Kong. King's Land was not bad few years ago, but now it changes. Food is not so good as before for sure. Most of my friends (Chinese or Taiwanese) agree the best dim sum place in Denver is the other restaurant few blocks from King's Land.